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For a website with articles (long articles as you mentioned). Using pretty much ANY font as extra-light (weight 100 or 200 , depending on the font) will leave your readers in tears (and believe me, not of joy) and agony after reading just one article. Since it's an article, your font-size will not go over 16 and it will be incredibly hard to read. Even ...


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Are you asking how to use Myriad Pro on your website or looking for advice on which would be the best weight to use? If the former, you will need to either own a license for web-use of the typeface or use a webfont service. Adobe Typekit includes Myriad Pro. If you have a Creative Cloud package you may have access to Typekit and therefor can use it from ...


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Note that most of the following is nothing but an educated guess. I do not know what actually motivated the Typeplate scale If you mulitply 18 repeatedly with ∛2 ≈ 1.26 you get the following sequence which, when rounded to “standard” font sizes yields the Typeplate scale with some exceptions: 18.0 → 18 22.7 → 21 28.6 → 24 – This is out of place, 28 would ...


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This was the easiest solution. Up to step 8. Essentially you convert the text to a shape -> transform path -> pull bottom right anchor down ( or left depending which side you want warped )


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I can't directly reference CS5. I no longer have it available to work in. However... You can't do this easily with Live Type. But you can create a smart object of the type (or rasterize the type) then transform. Converting type to a shape layer would also allow the transformation to work. Really, using a smart object with live type may be best because you ...


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A good practice is simply saving the ready-to-print type-outlined file as the same name with something like _outlined added to it. That way you can always revert back to the non-outlined version to make easy changes or find out the font name


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Liberation Sans has some similarities to Corbel. You can find it on Font Squirrel and there are four styles (regular, italic, bold & bold-italic): http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/Liberation-Sans


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No, you don't need and I don't think you can install both anyway, they usually get in conflict. You need to choose one. Which one you choose depends on what you need and prefer. OpenTypes are like an "improved" version of TrueTypes. If you're using an old Windows system, the OpenType might not work unless you tweak the registry. If you do web design and ...


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I'd probably call it '80s revival' as the colours, while still gaudy, are slightly more muted than actual 1980s colours (for example, 'Miami Vice' titles or The Memphis Group's furniture, as @plainclothes says). If you want a shorter term, how about 'naff'!? (If you lived through the 80s it's quite depressing to see this sort of mish-mash come back on ...


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This is drawing heavily from The Memphis Group's design motifs. They became shorthand for the 80s, due to the rather bizarre level of market acceptance they received during that period. For something slightly less gaudy, also look at Constructivism and De Stijl.


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you want to know a system default font then better you go with "monotype corsiva". What i am suggesting is to take a normal sans font, because writing style fonts are good in Logo, but if it comes to your entire website content it will not look good.


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Its not possible for the font to be random. Mainly because that would make the document different every time you rerender it*. The font program reads its state from what is written.** You can still do something like this by making certain fonts invisible that prime local seed after this the psoudorandom chain is different. However there are easier ways to ...


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I know your problem, because I am working for a minority language. You could go to myfonts.com and look under "languages" if your language or project is maybe covered. This would be the easy answer, find the right language and the filter will find all fonts which carry your characters. If you have special needs, or characters which are not "language ...


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Display fonts are intended to be used for larger sizes. The spacing, thickness, serifs, etc are optimized to improve legibility in large displays and make the subtle differences in shapes easier to see. Both serif and sans-serif fonts may have display variants. Display fonts are commonly used for signage, posters, and other large print media. They are also ...


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I've paired Din Pro with Proforma. Because of shared origin and history I thought they should share some qualities. I didn't have Documenta, which I think, could have been a better pairing.


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While searching for something entirely different in the Arial MS Unicode glyph set in Adobe InDesign, I came across this section: This shows that there is a dedicated set of Unicode Code points for the control characters, and indeed looking it up on Unicode.org you can find them in code block U+2400. This gives you a Unicode code point to look for in a ...


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First of all, how is a font more than the sum of its glyphs? Kerning is the adjustment of the spacing between letters depending on the letters. For example, in a standard roman typeface, there is too much space between V and A without individual adjustment: Nowadays, kerning dose not have to be done individually for each glyph pair, but can be done more ...


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The response to your question is: Only "safe web fonts", e.g. Lucida, Georgia, Courrier, etc. Here's a list: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_websafe_fonts.asp If you use these fonts, expect some differences in your layout and don't make stuff "too precise"... as you would do for a website created in the 2000! If you don't use these fonts then ...


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As was said the logo was lettered, but probably inspired by real font (the author says he does not use font, nevertheless you can see some similarities) - Confetti Font


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The keyword you are looking for is hinting, in particular blue values. The latter define certain horizontal bands corresponding to important vertical lines, such as the baseline, the midline, the cap height and so on. At small font sizes, the font renderer then aligns all the glyphs’ vertical lines that fall into those bands on the same height. For example ...


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It says it on their website: The Purism Logo (rectangle) that includes the text “Purism”, uses a free font called Ek Mukta This is also a free webbfont in the Google Fonts library or can be downloaded on 1001freefonts.


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You will have to make sure you're using the right font type in PowerPoint as not all font types can be embedded. Note You can embed any TrueType font that is included with Microsoft Windows. Other TrueType fonts can be embedded if they do not have license restrictions. Other font types will not embed - How to embed fonts in PowerPoint



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